“No one has ever become poor by giving” ~Anne Frank
I tell my kids the reward doesn’t matter.
They’re collecting nonperishable foods and paper goods for their schools to give to the local food pantry and homeless ministry.
They tell me which classes are in the lead in the school competition and whether they’re eligible for a pizza party if their whole class participates. All these incentives are fun and good. I love how the school encourages the kids to participate in loving others in our community.
But the contests and the competitions, the rewards and prizes don’t matter in the end.
I tell my kids people in our community need food. People in our community are homeless.
I tell them how I drive past the food pantry on distribution days and see the long line of people waiting.
And we can help.
We’re not rich. We can’t give huge…
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